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  • Castello di Amorosa

    After 15 years under construction, Castello di Amorosa opened to guests in 2007. The structure resembles a 12th-century-style Italian castle with 1... More
  • Ca'Toga Galleria D'Arte

    In downtown Calistoga, Carlo Marchiori’s personal gallery displays his works, which showcase his classical Venetian training. The works include pai... More
  • Ceja Vineyards

    Salsa and Latin funk play in the background at this downtown wine tasting room, which serves award-winning wines from the family-owned Ceja Vineyar... More
  • Chateau Potelle

    Founder Jean-Noel Formeaux du Sartel affectionately named this winery after his family’s 900-year-old castle in France, although the tasting room a... More
  • Cliff Lede Vineyards

    As a connoisseur of Bordeaux, Canadian-born businessman Cliff Lede injected himself into the professional wine trade in 2002, purchasing 60 acres o... More
  • Clos Du Val

    Situated in the valley of the Stags Leap district, Clos du Val winery earned international acclaim after producing one of the six Californian Caber... More
  • Clos Pegase

    Architect Michael Graves turned to the ancient civilivations of the Mediterrean when considering the Postmodern design of Clos Pegase. The god of w... More
  • Conn Creek Winery

    With views of the Vaca Mountain Range, this winery is unique in that it sources Bordeaux-style grapes from almost all 15 appellations of the Napa V... More
  • Culinary Institute of America at Greystone

    Serious seekers of culinary and wine knowledge have flocked to this Napa Valley campus since 1995. The roster of food and wine courses here is form... More
  • Di Rosa Preserve

    After 22 years of harvesting grapes in Carneros, Rene and Veronica di Rosa transformed their winery into a 250-acre, indoor-outdoor museum dedicate... More
  • Domaine Chandon

    Domaine Chandon was founded in 1973 by the European company Moët-Hennessy; today it continues to combine traditional French winemaking practices wi... More
  • Dr. Wilkinson’s Hot Springs Resort

    Since 1952, this clean, friendly, family-owned resort has allowed visitors (most of them day-trippers) to experience Calistoga’s iconic mineral wat... More
  • Enoteca Wine Shop

    Evocative of an underground cellar, Enoteca’s interior has hanging candle chandeliers and painted walls of fake rocks and stone archways. Owned by ... More
  • Festival del Sole

    California wine country’s top summer festival, which takes place at venues throughout Napa, combines classical music—including a recital by Renée F... More

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